Children's judges are going to act on their own to investigate allowances

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Children’s judges are going to act on their own to investigate allowances

At the beginning of this month, the judges were already critical of themselves and the way they dealt with parents during the allowance affair. The conclusion of the consultative body of administrative judges was that most judges, although they disagreed, nevertheless followed the approach of the Tax Authorities.

Independent outsiders

The family and juvenile judges now also want to investigate whether they have paid too little attention to people who have come to be ‘opposed to the system’. The judges will speak with experts and independent outsiders, among others.

1115 children removed from home

Last week, CBS reported that 1115 children of victims were placed out of their homes as a result of the childcare allowance affair in the period 2015-2020. However, they did not yet know how many children have been removed from home that is related to the allowance affair.

The family and juvenile judges emphasize that they always investigate custodial placements. Before CBS came up with this publication, they were already planning to start an investigation.

By: National Education Guide

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